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The Power Of Local Energy
Electricity, like most commodities, is rarely produced where it is consumed. In the United States, [...]
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Is My House a Good Fit for Solar?
[NOTE: See below the 2 FREE tools you can use to size up your solar opportunity] So, you’re in [...]
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New York State to Upgrade 500,000 Streetlights with Efficient LEDs
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) is launching a statewide program that aims to replace at least 5 [...]
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Scientists Discover New Material That Could Capture 90% of CO2 Emitted from Industrial Sources
Scientists from ExxonMobil, University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Labo [...]
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US Senate’s Proposed Energy Bill Hits Snag and Stalls
The American Energy Innovation Act (AEIA) hit a snag Monday as lawmakers failed to end debate on the [...]
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Can Southern Cities Sever Ties with Tennessee Valley Monopoly? — Episode 107 of Local Energy Rules Podcast
In this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell speaks with Maggie Shober of SA [...]
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Voices of 100%: Will Oklahoma Cities Follow Norman’s Lead to Renewable Energy?
More than 100 U.S. cities have now set ambitious commitments to transition to renewable energy, but [...]
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Will All New Vehicles Be Electric By 2030? One Expert Says Yes
That’s exactly what entrepreneur and lecturer Tony Seba argues in his book, Clean Disruption of En [...]
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Inc. 5000 – Sigora Solar Ranks in top 15% of Fastest Growing Private Companies
Amidst the upheaval of a global health and economic crisis, Sigora Solar continues its meteoric rise [...]
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Podcast: What you can do to help grow solar in your community
Solar United Neighbors Executive Director Anya Schoolman recently appeared on the Freeing Energy Pod [...]
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Of New Power Generation, How Much is on the Roof? Quarterly Update — 2019 Q3
3 gigawatts of new power generation capacity came online in the third quarter of 2019 — 31 percent [...]
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Kansas City's Royal Effort to Solarize City Rooftops
Kansas City, MO, has neither the abundant sunshine nor high cost of electricity that have driven sol [...]
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Solar Plus Storage Company Seeks to Disrupt the Status Quo
In this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell speaks with Anne Hoskins of Sun [...]
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Sunshine and Ownership: A Cooperative Solar Garden Blooms in North Minneapolis
One such model is offered by Cooperative Energy Futures. It launched in Minneapolis in 2009 under th [...]
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World’s Largest Battery Storage Project Unveiled in San Diego
Today, the largest battery energy storage project in the world was unveiled – Gateway Energy Stora [...]
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Report: Public Rooftop Revolution
There are a lot of stories on residential rooftop solar but few if any on what cities are doing to m [...]
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Total Corporate Funding in Solar Sector Rises 20%, Reaching $11.7 Billion in 2019
Total corporate funding into the solar sector globally, including venture capital and private equ [...]
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Duke Energy Florida Announces 3 New Solar Power Plants, Completes 700 MW Commitment
Duke Energy Florida (DEF) today filed the locations of its three newest solar power plants, completi [...]
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Boulder Takes Bold Steps to Support Local Renewable Energy
Over 100 U.S. cities have now set goals to transition to 100 percent renewable energy. In a new epis [...]
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Welcome to Solar United Neighbors of Arizona
Solar United Neighbors is a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping communities go sol [...]
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From the Archive: Anya Schoolman, Executive Director of Solar United Neighbors
How did one group of neighbors from Washington, D.C., band together to advance clean energy locally [...]
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Virginia County Purchases Power from New ‘Amazon Arlington Solar Farm’
The Arlington County Board has approved a partnership with Dominion Energy Virginia to purchase powe [...]
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Freeing Electric Cooperatives from Fossil Fuel Serfdom?
This week Ed Marston, former board member of the Delta-Montrose Electric Association in western Colo [...]
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